When touring a college, don’t forget what you’re going there to do: study! Mark shows some different types of study spaces in the library of Seattle University.
You don’t need to be Christian — or religious at all — to attend a Jesuit school. Mark explains the expectations and requirements of these great colleges.
Must you choose a college major before applying for university admission? Not at the University of Washington. Mark explains in this video.
A recent post in the New York Times illustrated which Ivy League universities had more applications this past year, and which ones had fewer. Which college came out on top?
April is the month of rejection from Ivy League universities. With college acceptance rates at all time low, it’s important to keep your focus on what’s really important in life.
As part of a continuing series on nailing the college admissions interview, Mark offers some tips on how to make a good impression.
Mark continues his tips on how to nail the college admission interview by explaining the student’s objective in preparing for admission.
Mark will present a talk on college admission, scholarships, financial aid, and college applications to students and families of Burlington High school in the Boston area.
Does your GPA reflect the knowledge you gained in a class? The answer, according to an article recently published by the Association of Middle Level Education, is probably not. Teachers rely on grade point averages for the sake of simplicity, not because these averages reflect mastery of material.
What makes a painting come to life? Details! So it is with your college essay. You need to paint a picture that includes interesting details that make your story a pleasure to read.